Cyclist on mischief charge

Cyclist on mischief charge
Jason Blair Unger, 39 accused for mischief, The driver of a car, Mr Woo who only wanted to reveal his surname, had honked at a taxi ahead of him which was moving slowly and hogging the road, while travelling along Selegie Road.

A cyclist who allegedly threw his bike at a car in anger, thinking its driver was sounding his horn at him, was charged in court with mischief yesterday.

Canadian Jason Blair Unger, 39, is accused of throwing his bicycle on the bonnet of Woo Wing Onn's car in Selegie Road on the evening of Oct 17.

The impact caused dents and scratches to the front of the vehicle, leading to damage repairs costing about $2,220.

A besuited Unger sought an adjournment to engage a lawyer.

His bail was extended and he will be back in court on Jan 28.

The incident was caught on Mr Woo's in-car camera and he posted the video on citizen journalism website Stomp four days later.

The maximum penalty for mischief is two years' jail and a fine.


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